|Making monsters : false memories, psychotherapy, and sexual hysteria - Ofshe, Richard|
In the last decade, reports of incest have exploded into the national consciousness. Magazines, talk shows, and mass market paperbacks have all jumped into the fray, as many Americans primarily women have come forward with graphic and true stories of sexual and psychological abuse. Many of these stories, however, have emerged from recovered memory therapy, a process by which the therapist leads the patient to recall longburied memories...
Keywords: bub_upload; False memory syndrome; Recovered memory
|What is Dissociative Identity Disorder? An Interview With an ISSTD Past President - Doug Mesner|
Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly Multiple Personality Disorder) remains one of the most controversial diagnoses in the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic & Statistical Manual (DSM). While a dwindling number of professionals in psychology and psychiatry support its legitimacy, the diagnosis still enjoys a stronghold in the cultural consciousness. The idea that certain traumas may prove so emotionally incomprehensible that the memories of these traumas may be "repressed" has bec...
Keywords: Kathy Steele; Doug Mesner; Dissociative Identity Disorder; ISSTD; False Memory Syndrome; Psychiatry; Psychology
|A Case Study in Psychiatric Malpractise - Process.org|
Douglas Mesner of Process.org interviews Roma Hart, a victim of some of the most disturbing psychiatric malpractise ever recorded.
Keywords: Dissiciative Identity Disorder; Dr. Colin A. Ross; Douglas Mesner; Malpractice; Satanic Ritual Abuse; Alien Abduction; Psychiatry; False Memory Syndrome; Process.org
|Bessel van der Kolk, Scientific Dishonesty & the Mysterious Disappearing Coauthor|
Bessel van der Kolk is something of a hero to recovered memory believers, but the deposition taken below (by Dr. Christopher Barden), as part of a trial in which van der Kolk was acting as an expert witness, reveals some grave questions regarding his scientific rigor. Following this deposition, van der Kolk vanished from the expert witness roster. "Repressed memories" brought into consciousness by means of hypnotic regression or other recovered memory therapies have given rise to bizarre folklor...
Keywords: Bessel van der Kolk; Multiple Personality Disorder; Dissociative Identity Disorder; Trauma; Ritual Abuse; Psychiatry; Malpractice; Law; Deposition; New Hampshire v Hungerford; False Memory Syndrome
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|Evidence Against Dr. Colin A. Ross, vol. 1 - George Bergen|
"According to one expert witness, it was the worst case of medical malpractice he had ever seen. The patient, Ms. Roma E. Hart, had been grossly over-medicated into a prolonged state of deranged confusion, during which time the offending psychiatrist, Dr. Colin A. Ross, had instilled her with exotic and perverse delusions. To wit, the rather implausible belief that her family was involved in an occult crime-ring dedicated to a supernatural evil, and that Hart herself had been forcibly impregnate...
Keywords: Psychiatry; Dr. Colin A. Ross; Malpractice; Law; Multiple Personality Disorder; Trauma; False Memory Syndrome; Ross Institute; Dissociative Identity Disorder; Satanic Ritual Abuse; MK-ULTRA; Conspiracy; Mind Control; Brainwashing; Drugs; Douglas Mesner; www.process.org
|Nightmare Psychiatry of Dr. Colin Ross: Delusions of Satan, ET abduction, and the cultivation of false memories - Douglas Mesner|
Detailed account of psychiatric abuse and false memory creation by a self-styled MK-ULTRA expert who acts as a dissociative disorders therapist.
Keywords: Dr. Colin A. Ross; Ritual Abuse; Mind Control; Brain-washing; Douglas Mesner; Process.org; Neil Brick; S.M.A.R.T; False Memory Syndrome; Psychiatry; Human Rights; Cults; Malpractice
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